Wooler and Glendale

Gateway to the Cheviot Hills

Local Information

Bell View

Bell View is a North Northumberland community based charity supporting older people. We offer a range of health, well being and social activities from our Resource Centre base in Belford. We also provide day care and support to people in their own home. We pride ourselves on our personalised approach and our high quality, reliable services.

The Glendale Gateway Trust

The Purposes of Glendale Gateway Trust are to enhance the quality of life and opportunity for the people of Glendale by providing a community hub, promoting business development and work opportunities, encouraging the expansion of affordable housing in Glendale, encouraging the re-use of buildings to maintain the 'vitality' and 'viability' of key centres in Glendale, providing other specific goods and services relevant to the above purposes and building a robust asset base to support the above.

Website: www.wooler.org.uk/glendale-gateway-trust

Citizens Advice Bureau

The CAB service provides free, confidential, independent advice on a range of problems such as benefits, debt, housing, employment and consumer issues. Specialist negotiation and representation services for Debt and welfare benefits. Telephone service on 01289 330222 five days per week, drop in face to face service in Berwick 9.30am – 3pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and appointments in Wooler Wednesday mornings.

Carers Northumberland

Carers Northumberland is a registered charity delivering information and support to carers who provide unpaid care to someone depending upon them because of illness, frailty, disability, mental ill health or substance misuse. Services include support groups, skills development opportunities, Carers Emergency Card, Carer Support Fund, newsletter, website, Information Service and links to local, regional and national condition-specific support.

Seton Care

Seton Care runs a residential home and day centre in Berwick-upon-Tweed and a free befriending service which matches isolated people, across north Northumberland, with trained befriending volunteers.